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KOFY
Oct 14, 2013 11:30pm PDT
outside the cal-trans building in oakland where negotiations are still going on. few minutes ago the executive director logical 10 21 said the union had made an offer tonight to bart. the gm of bart she is here tonight. so is george cull license the head of the federal mediation service. appointed by president obama to settle this dispute. bart last best final offer was a 12 percent raise over 4 years. union members also have to contribute more for health pension benefits but tonight again the yawn came back with counteroffer. >> we still have to decide about the different things. still bargaining still talk. doing everything we can to try to get to resolution that fell good about bringing to our members. >> we feel lick we have reached the limit. outer limit financially whether we are prepared to offer to settlemen settlement. >> the tz union members also said tonight that the mid nature keyed line for this to be settled was hard and fast. that there would be no extension tonight as there was last night. however, trains that are currently running would finally finish their
ABC
Oct 14, 2013 11:00pm PDT
union members gather here outside the cal-trans building in oakland where negotiations are still going on. few minutes ago the executive director logical 10 21 said the union had made an offer tonight to bart. the gm of bart she is here tonight. so is george cull license the head of the federal mediation service. appointed by president obama to settle this dispute. bart last best final offer was a 12 percent raise over 4 years. union members also have to contribute more for health pension benefits but tonight again the yawn came back with counteroffer. >> we still have to decide about the different things. still bargaining still talk. doing everything we can to try to get to resolution that fell good about bringing to our members. >> we feel lick we have reached the limit. outer limit financially whether we are prepared to offer to settlemen settlement. >> the tz union members also said tonight that the mid nature keyed line for this to be settled was hard and fast. that there would be no extension tonight as there was last night. however, trains that are currently running would
ABC
Oct 15, 2013 1:05am PDT
to happen tonight whether it is a settlement or a strike. some union members gather here outside the cal-trans building in oakland where negotiations are still going on. few minutes ago the executive director logical 10 21 said the union had made offern offer tont to bart. the gm of bart she is here tonight. so is george cull license the head of the federal mediation service. appointed by president obama to settle this dispute. last last2 percent raise over 4 years. union members also have to contribute more for health pension benefits but tonight again the yawn came back with counteroffer. >> we still have to decide about the different things. still still bargaining still ta doing everything we can to try to get to resolution fell fell good about bringing to our members. >> we feel lick we have reached the limit. outer limit financially whether we are prepared to offer to settlemen settlement. >> tzhe tz union members also said tonight that the mid nature keyed line for this to be settled was hard and fast. that there would be no extension tonight as there was last night. however,
ABC
Oct 14, 2013 5:00pm PDT
the negotiations which are still underway now in oakland. meantime, cal train stopped train service after after a train struck a pedestrian less than an hour ago. police are investigating and we'll stay on top of this for you breaking news now in nappa. the search is on for a missing 7-year-old child. and he's four feet and last seen in the playground at donaldson way school. this young man has mental problems and takes antipsychotic med oox another big story we're following this evening a workerer killed at 49er stadium site in santa clairea. this 60-year-old crushed by steel rebar he was unloading. late today the contractor said state officials have investigated and determined the site is safe. it will reopen tomorrow. >> there is no question they're concerned about the fact the job site was shut down but cal osha just gave a green light for construction to resume in the morning. the santa clara county coroner just identified the truck driver. the driver struck as unloading rebar at the stadium construction site about 6:45 in the morning. sky 7 gives you a view of the accident scene. the driv
FOX
Oct 14, 2013 6:00pm PDT
coverage to help you navigate. >> people using cal train can expect delays after a pedestrian was hit and killed on the tracks in menlow park. it happened at 4:22 p.m. this afternoon. cal trains spokesperson said trains started moving about 5:30 p.m. but they are being single tracked through the area. sam transand vta are accepting cal train fairs while they clear the traction. >>> university of california at berkeley police issued a crime alert. a robbery last night near the library. two men approached a student, and took his cell phone. two other people were robbed also over the weekend. students say they are already on alert. >> if i am walking late at night or if i am walking alone i need to get where i am going and i will have the stuff on me. >> police are advising students to keep their electronics out of view and if they are alone call for a escort to walk with them. >>> continuing coverage now, a truck driver was crushed to death by rebar today at the 49ers new stadium site. the secondb deadly accident there in four months. work will resume tomorrow. ktvu's ann rubin is looki
NBC
Oct 9, 2013 11:00am PDT
into the night last night here at cal tran's headquarters in downtown oakland until around 10:00. bart telling says that there has been a back and forth. that being said, metro side is suggesting that a deal would be reached by friday's commute and that a strike would be averted. they just point out that this is a slow process, and there is a word to describe the atmosphere. it's hopeful. sfwlo there is a sense of urgency that we get this done, and put everyone's mind at ease. we just need to get closer on the economic issues. >> i will tell you that the union continues to move its position and that we hope that management will respond in kind today so that we'll be able to avert a strike tomorrow night. that is what we're working towards. we're committed to continuing to do that. we're hoping that the bart board of directors who have been notably absent from these negotiations and the general manager who has not yet arrived at the negotiations will come today and tomorrow some tham we can achieve a deal. they can bargain and make decisions on behalf of the board. they've not given a 72-hour n
ABC
Oct 9, 2013 5:30am EDT
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NBC
Oct 14, 2013 11:00am PDT
stadium contractor. workers were sent home almost immediately so cal osha and santa clara police can investigate how it is that the worker was hit and killed by those bundled rebar. here's a statement from the stadium contractor. a material delivery trucksa;x dr was severely injured while materials were being delivered and unloaded from his truck. emergency services were called and the driver was transported to a local hospital. we are deeply saddened to confirm that the driver has passed away. this is the second fatality here at levi stadium during the construction. in june, donald white was killed on the job. he was a 63-year-old elevator mechanic who was struck by a counterweight while he was standing on a ladder. his death shut down construction for two days. but in the end, there was no citation issued by cal osha. it is too soon to tell whether that will be the case this time as the investigation is just getting underway. we can tell you cal osha is on the scene. the workers are no longer here. in santa clara, kris sanchez, nbc bay area news. >> such a tragedy. thank you so muc
CBS
Oct 12, 2013 11:00pm PDT
, the particular any cal glitch that left many californians without a way it pay. >>> waiting for a burt agreement. where the two sides stand right now in the efforts to avoid a strike. >>> and it may bring in the big bucks. the solution to keeping national land marks open during the shutdown. >>> good evening. the government wasn't the only thing shut down today. in more than a dozen states, chug california, the food stamp program wasn't working, either. we spoke with shoppers who were fortsed to leave the grocery store empty handed. >> you can't imagine that happening in the u.s. because, you know, that usually happens in a third world country. >> reporter: people in 17 states arntd the country who use ebt or electronic benefits transfer cards to get food found them soefs out of huck after a routine test of a backup system resulted in a temporary shutdown. >> i came out and tried to use my ebt card to use food. they're down. i tried every subway, every carl's, jr., nothing is happening. all through the city it's down. >> reporter: he said he relies on the card and doesn't know where his next mea
FOX
Oct 12, 2013 7:00am PDT
bears facing the ucla bruins in california today. it's the first time cal has taken up to 25 opponents. they've enjoyed a 43-17 victory over the bruins. go bruins. >> nothing to worry about for san francisco 49er fans. there will be a game tomorrow against the arizona cardinals. despite a foot problem, he is going to may. he's complying with league rules about lifting the injury and you can watch tomorrow's game, of course, right here on ktvu at 1:25 p.m. the sharks are looking to keep their winning streak alive. they've won every game in the season so far and they're hoping to remain undefeated. it's a matchup between two teams leaving the league and shots on goal. >> getting back to art. how a mural is helping to get a man off the street. . >> some areas are bottoming out, a few degrees from freezing, i'll have a look what you can expect for your area and a warming trend. i'll have that in the extended forecast. . >>> welcome back, good morning to you. here's a sweeping view, they're waking up with patchy fog around the bay, mostly sunny skies in the afternoon. >>> a six-year-old boy
Univision
Oct 10, 2013 6:30am EDT
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KRON
Oct 13, 2013 8:00am PDT
. >> cal's just couldn't keep up with 11th ranked u-c-l-a at the rose bowl. the bruins beat cal 37-10 u-c-l-a's quarterback brett hundley passed for a career-high 410 yards and three touchdowns. hundley picked apart the bears' injury-depleted defense. while cal's quarterback jared goff passed for 215 yards. the bears will host oregon state next saturday at 7:30 p-m.------- coming up the latest on contract negotiations. in this day 13 of the government shut down. we will explain my negotiations remain at a standstill. it is the shaping up to be a fantastic day janu will have your forecast. hey lena, what ya looking for? well, you've found delicious! ♪ ♪ if you wanna go and fly with me ♪ ♪ it's buzz the bee on your tv ♪ ♪ oh how did i get this way? ♪ hey! must be the honey! ♪ it is so honey swagalish ♪ so much crunch, can you handle this? ♪ ♪ the party in the bowl don't stop! ♪ ♪ hey! must be the honey! ♪ ♪ hey! must be the honey! ♪ must be the honey! (male announcer) live from the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> marty: top stories we are
KBCW
Oct 14, 2013 10:00pm PDT
a hail mary to avert a strike this evening. tonight talks are continuing here in the cal tran building. a federal mediator is at the table at this time. his name is george. he did not want to talk to our cameras earlier today, but this is a man who has been described as pro union. he has extensive experience in labor negotiations, some involving the nfl lockout and the mba. his presence at the table is certainly making a difference as they are optimistic about him being there tonight. and it doesn't necessarily mean that we're going to avoid a strike. earlier the members, they came out telling us that if indeed there was a strike tonight, that the final trains running at midnight, 1:00 a.m., the last trains of the day and early tomorrow morning would continue to run if indeed there was a strike and would be put away tonight. but then any trains coming after that in the very early morning commute hours would not run in case of a strike. but they certainly have strike contingency plans in place at this point. we don't know if it means that we are squarely headed towards a strike for this
NBC
Oct 12, 2013 11:00pm PDT
-21. >>> what about the cal bears taking on ucla. also a top 15 team in the country. just before half, brett hundley down the seam for a 26-yard touchdown. bruins up 14 at that point. fourth quarter, fourth and goal, jared goff is stopped. cal managed 320 yards of offense. bruins win 37-10. >>> san jose state spartans taking on colorado state. fourth quarter, tyler winston. class a speed. you're not going to catch him. no problem right there. 431 yards, three touchdowns, spartans win 34-27. >>> to the ice we go. sharks hosting the senators. less than a minute into the game. tomas hertl. yes, that's the rookie with his seventh goal of the season which leads the nhl. he can do just about anything he wants to do. however he left in the second period with an injury and would not return. third period tied at 2. brett burns scores on the power play. sharks get the victory 3-2. they take on undefeated st. louis on tuesday. niners and raiders highlights right here tomorrow. we'll see you then. [ yodeling plays ] [ hans ] toaster strudel! [ angelic music plays ] don't overthink it. [ hans ] warm, fla
CBS
Oct 9, 2013 12:00pm PDT
the cal professor is joining the ranks of other high-profile women rising in the ranks. >> reporter: dr. janet yellen is making history. she is now the first woman ever to lead the world's most powerful central bank. >> it's not just that she's this, you know, a woman in a high ranking position. it's the nature of the position being economics and math and these kinds of areas that women are traditionally underrepresented in. >> reporter: "san francisco examiner" columnist melissa griffin-caen says when picking a new fed chair it's all about the qualifications, not gender. but the fact that yellen is breaking the so-called glass ceiling is still a huge victory. >> they are not going to say what about motherly duties, how are you going to clean house and do this job in to the extent we're moving away from that and strictly sticking to character, it's tremendous. >> i think a woman as head of the federal reserve, a qualified woman, would be a very positive thing for this administration. >> reporter: senator barbara boxer said in a statement, in these challenging times, janet yellen brings
CBS
Oct 13, 2013 11:00pm PDT
on cal's camp news it just comes apart. >> reporter: he says that is what we saw in the 1994 north ridge earthquake. >> the older concrete frame buildings will lose the columns and you will see floor slabs on top of each other. general he people do not survive that. >> reporter: some older buildings should be demolished he believes many could be fixed just like this one at cal tech. >> if we add all of these walls, so, this is where the load is taken in the wall, no longer the column. >> reporter: he says the building owners ignored solutions like additional walls or steel for years. >> certainly the building owners don't want to have this news that now they would have a major disruption with major expense. >> reporter: he wants to see a government registry where anyone can see how any building stacks up. the pressure will be on the building owners to retrofit old buildings before it is too late. >> reporter: a lot of the buildings were built to code but decades before anyone knew what would happen to that rigid concrete in an earthquake. back to you. >>> heavy rain put a damper on d
CBS
Oct 14, 2013 4:30am PDT
transit looks good and cal train and out of the central valley. here's other drive times. more popular pun wunns for this time in the morning. all in the clear at 4:38 this morning. no delay to the livermore valley or the women's freeway and if you travel near the dublin interchange, this is a live look. it will get more crowded out there but traffic is moving at the speed limit through the dublin grade and then one live look outside. it's heyward. that's the direction. west side and the drive time shows 13 minutes right now past 880 heading out towards boston city. that's your latest. kcbs traffic. >> thank you. >>> social security benefits are following suit, but not by much. eligible recipients can expect increases. preliminary suggests cost of living adjustment at 1.5% or $17 a month. that's among the smaller adjustments since automatic increases were adopted back in 1975. >>> the area headlines. a bay area costco store is recalling rotisserie chickens due to salmonella. they were sold between 11th and 23rd of september. the old eastern, dismantled piece by piece. on november 9th. thos
CBS
Oct 15, 2013 4:30am PDT
mass transit is good to go. muni, cal train and ace train number one. that is your latest traffic. for more on your forecast. >> i know you love this weather. going to have great weather around the bay area. all the way to the coastline. nice to see indeed. plenty of sunshine outside. a little cool to start. in fact, some of the overnight lows dropping off well down into the 40s. but mostly clear skies. out over san francisco right now and all around the bay. gentle breeze. little breezy over the hount an tops. it is 41 and chilly in santa rosa. 54 in san francisco. and 52 in oakland. by the afternoon though , plenty of sunshine. even out towards the beaches. a few more 70s along the coast. 77 in san francisco. and 79 degrees in san jose. that's the latest. back to you. >> all right . thank you. >>> work is expected to resume at the new 49er's stadium. everything came to an abrupt halt yesterday after a delivery man was killed. a forklift was unloading rods when a bundle of rebar fell on the man. 60-year-old edward lake jr died at a hospital. >> at first it was shock but then it
KOFY
Oct 11, 2013 11:30pm PDT
football tomorrow, fifth ranked stanford visiting utah. cal in pasadena to face ucla at the rose bowl. cal is struggling with a ton of injuries and getting shredded on defense. forced to play a lot of underclassmen. head coach knows there will be sunny days ahead, but maybe not tomorrow. >> the funny thing about the team is in a lot of ways this team has to get better. it has made noticible improvements. it necessarily hasn't carried over until saturday. that's usually the last step. we are ready for it to carry over and we need for it to carry over. these guys have come a long way. >> soccer world cup qualify yes, sirs and the u.s. has qualified. this is more about tuning up the roster. the 77th minute and shoots and scores. a different story against mexico. panama keeping their world cup hopes alive. jimenez with the bicycle kick. goooal indeed. 2-1 mexico. nice. abc7 sports brought to you by riverwalk casino. >> i don't know how they do that. >> the bicycle kick is amazing. >> thanks, larry. >>> the latest on the effort >>> the latest on the effort to look at them with that u-ver
FOX
Oct 13, 2013 7:00am PDT
there again today. >> 9:30 is when they will be back at cal tran headquarters a mediator will bring everyone back to the bargaining table. it will and long day ahead of the deadline. >> allie rasmus. >>> they will charter 200 buses. this is the station where they can take the buses free of charge. they run from five to eight in the morning. >> this is west oakland, concord, walnut creek, lafayette. pleasanton. hayward and fremont. and they drop off passengers near the bay terminal between fremont and beale and from three to 7:00 p.m., they will pick up riders in san francisco and take them back to the east bay. the transit will try to increase service depending on availability of buses and drivers. inside the bart stations, they would be moved to streets outside the station in the case after strike. another option is the san francisco bay ferry and even though it is the columbus day holiday, they plan to launch vessels to handle increasedded demand. if you are driving. transportation officials are advicing to telecom mute or carpool. >> and 680, 880 will be expanded from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p
NBC
Oct 15, 2013 5:00am PDT
down and crushed him to death. police say it was an accident. now it will be up to cal osha to investigate. the agency has deemed this work site safe. however, one civil engineering expert we sbok wonders if the fast pace of this played any role and another that killed a worker earlier this year. >> studies that show that with acceleration of the schedule and putting pressure on the schedule, labors and personnel on the site are more subject to accidents. >> is there a deadline pressure that you think could have played into this? >> no, ma'am. >> reporter: that was the co-director of the project denies that pressures had anything to do with the two deaths on this project. in june a 63-year-old worker was killed at one of the elevator shafts when he was struck by a counter weight. in that instance cal osha found no violations and will not be issuing citations. bob redell, "today in the bay." >> a developing news out of the philippines, a major earthquake left at least 93 people dead and many more hurt. the 7.2 quake struck on the southern part of the country. it did not cause
CBS
Oct 15, 2013 5:00am PDT
overnight. we are standing by outside the cal trans building waiting for any new developments. cate caugurian, kpix 5. >> we have some information how to get around in case there is a bart strike. you have a few options like taking the bus. bart will run 150 free shuttles from san francisco and back from nine east bay bart stations. could serve about 6,000 passengers a day. or try the carpool lane. hov lane will be open from 5 in the morning to 7 at night. 80, 680, 880 and highways 92 and 84. you can try your luck with the ferry. there will be beefed up service in oakland, san francisco, alameda, alameda bay and vallejo. check out our strike survival guide on kpix.com. >> and don't count on ac transit either. mark kelly says they too could hit the picket line as early as thursday night. could be out of luck come friday i guess. >> reporter: could get messy. the threat of the bart strike looming. now it seems like out of the blue, a strike threat from ac transit as well. we talked with one woman who says this is really going to mess up her day. >> another major transportation system
FOX
Oct 14, 2013 5:00pm PDT
with reporters. >> reporter: cal-osha investigation could take months however the contractor has been cleared to get back to work tomorrow. >> reporter: the death is devastating. >> everybody has to watch out for everybody so when something like this happens everybody feels it very intensity. >> it happened after sis 30:00 a.m. this morning -- after 6:30 a.m. this morning, he was rushed to the hospital but it was too late. he died from his injuries. they identified the man as edward lake, jr. he was a contractor. >> at first it was shock and then it was tragic. we had a fellow co-worker, i think that sank in really quick. it is emotional. banged up in there. >> reporter: this is the second fatal accident here in the last four months. in june a mechanic was killed. today's incident is under investigation. the contractor says he will hold a special meeting with all the workers before they reopen in the morning. >> we will have proper support systems in place to assist them in dealing with their emotions following this tragedy. >> reporter: we will have more on the accident and on the safety rec
CBS
Oct 15, 2013 5:00pm EDT
are following some breaking news right now out of aberdeen involving cal ripken, junior's mother vi. >> there are reports of some sort of incident involving by vi ripkin. she was involved in an incident 201 west belank at air avenue. the nature of the case is an assault and she was not injured. this video from sky team 11 does show police activity at the bank. 201 west bel air avenue with police focusing on a blue buick sedan in the parking lot. video from sky team 11 also shows police activity at vi ripken's home at aberdeen. was involved in an incident in a bank parking lot and our sources are telling us that the nature of this case was an assault and that mrs. ripken was not hurt. stay with us for updates on the case. >> we hope she's ok. >> we're learning more about two explosions at l.a. international airport. >> lycÉe it was an inside job. the motive the hind back to back -- behind back-to-back dry ice bombs. >> the house could vote on a plan to resolve the budget statement -- still may. white may be a waste of time coming up. >> these paintings are part of a new art opening
CBS
Oct 9, 2013 4:30am PDT
to be the head of the fed. yellen has some very strong bay area ties. she taught over at cal at uc- berkeley and was also the head of the federal reserve at san francisco. christin ayers now with more on what yellen might bring to the job. >> i think she is the single best qualified person in the end tire world for this job. >> reporter: in her early years as a professor at uc-berkeley's haas school of business in the 1980s, not even janet yellen's closest friends saw her taking the national stage. >> she is shy, smart, thoughtful. >> reporter: but professor andrew rose, who has worked alongside yellen for 28 years, says she burnished her credentials here over the decades. yellen's star has risen here at haas, from twice winning excellence in teaching awards to being named professor emeritus. her colleagues say she is more than ready to head the fed. yellen has been second in command to ben bernanke at the federal reserve since 2010 and now she could be the first woman at the top in its 100 year history. >> and i think a woman as head of the federal reserve a qualified woman would be a very
KRON
Oct 12, 2013 8:00pm PDT
's if union members and management don't come to an agreement. kron 4's jeff bush is live at the cal trans building where negotiations are going on right now. jeff any progress? >> reporter: many people say that they are trying to put together a deal. however, there have been 150 bart buses on reserves. at nine different stations in the bay area will check back in 30 minutes to give you the latest updates. jeff bush, kron 4 news. >> there are a lot of people who told us, that bart's negotiations. and threats of a strike, have just gone on too long. and it's stressful that a deal still is not done. this drama actually started last april, when bart and its unions started working on a new contract. by late june, the negotiations had reached the breaking point. kron-4's charles clifford shows us what happened next. >> reporter: after failing to reach a compromise, bart's union workers walked off the job at 12:01 am on the morning of july 1st, shutting down the entire system. the strike forced tens of thousands of people to find other ways to get around. it created traffic jams and irritated co
KRON
Oct 14, 2013 8:00pm PDT
. of vacaville. we have also learned that cal osha and santa clara police believe this was an accident. they also believe that the job site here at >> reporter:cal osha says edward lake was unloading a delivery truck on the south of the stadium, when a bundle of rebar fell on him. lake was transported to the hospital where he died. work on the job site was stopped for the day and the contractor on the project, turner-devcon, says they are cooperating with authorities and that work on the stadium will resume on tuesday morning. there will also be an all hands on deck safety meeting and grief counselors help. in really quick. and pretty emotional. it's pretty the 49ers also released a statement today saying, " our sincerest thoughts and prayers are with the family, friends and co-workers >> pam: new tonight at 8-- >> pam: nevada is being accused of shipping off its patients to california. a mentally ill patient is now accusing the state of mistreatment. he says they shipped him from las vegas to san francisco. to avoid paying his medical bills. kyung lah has the story. >> pam: david theisen never p
CSPAN
Oct 13, 2013 10:00am EDT
. by then cal had been voted out of office in albany county after four elected terms. he was now prosecuting state and federal drug cases in the twin cities of rock springs and green river, the epicenter of methamphetamine traffic for the rocky mountain west. after hearing my story, cal told me about a colleague, a wyoming judge who had recently been surprised by an armed male intruder of the bathroom of his home one morning while shaving. the man was there to relay a message regarding a drug case in which he was awaiting sentencing by the judge. after a few curt words, the man quietly slipped away. excuse me. i saw no point in asking what the judge decided with a gun staring him in the face. but cal's reference to the old west brought back a conversation i'd recently had about matthew's murder with a veteran cop in albany county sheriff's office. friendly, but with a the studied -- friendly with a studied good old boy charm, the cop leaned over his desk toward me, his chiseled, wind-burned face inches from mine. you sure you're not quoting me on this, he asked. it's for background, i won't
ABC
Oct 14, 2013 4:00pm PDT
in construction to strengthen concrete. cal osha will be investigating the accident. this is the second fatal accident of the stadium this year, in june, an employee of shindler elevator was killed by a counter weight. the joint venture contractor working on the stadium issued a statement saying quote we're saddened to confirm the driver passed away as a result of his injuries. our thoughts and prayers go out to his family during this very difficult time. the 49ers organization issued a message of condolences to the driver's family. >> reporter: the company indicated cal osha told them the job site is now safe, there was no criminal activity here. so the job site reopens tomorrow morning with workers coming back on the job and they will be offered a support network and counseling to deal with the death of a co-worker. >> that will be a tough day. thank you very much. contract talks underway to avoid a bart strike at midnight. bart says it's willing to negotiate as long as necessary for a settlement. yesterday, bart submitted what it calls it's last, best, and final offer. union members say th
KICU
Oct 12, 2013 11:00pm PDT
of the season, 21 and 5-1 cardinals go home to host ucla next saturday. >>> the bruins inviting cal to the rose bowl. the bruins came in with a 4-0 record. huntley connects for the 18- yardtouchdown. >> 17-3 in the 2nd when cal gets into the game. hundley spots another. bruins win 37-10. cal falls to 1-5 and they host oregon state next saturday. >> colorado state could have used a superhero against san josi state, but the spartans went to fort collins, colorado and made big plays. scoring an 83-yard touchdown, 10-7 lead for san josi state. rams retake the lead when fales starts another big play. this time it's chandler jones. look at this. wide open. 77 yards. fales threw for 431 yards, three touchdowns and san josi state needed all three of those because it's tied now 27-all, fales play-action the pitch to tyler winston, heading for paydirt. a 62-yard score, san josi state gets back to .500 for the season with an action-packed game. every once in a while superheroes loses too. >>> one of the top heisman candidates marcus mariota and the huskies. bishop sankey racing down the sidelines, 60 ya
CBS
Oct 14, 2013 6:00pm PDT
. >> everyday some hundred cal tran cameras are watching bay area traffic. those watching the cameras can actually keep traffic flowing around the bay. if there is a b.a.r.t strike extra operators will be on duty. >> as bad as a b.a.r.t strike will be, it will be worse if there is any kind of accident. >> they can send tow trucks or clean up crews or control metering lights. even the chp has a seat. traffic during the last b.a.r.t strike, even on a lighter than usual holiday week was heavy. transit officials blame single driver vehicles like many of these on i-80 toads and say the best alternative are more people in fewer cars. car pooling all day long. hv lane hours will be open to car poolers from 5:00 a.m. toll 7:00 p.m. stretches of interstate 80, 680 and highway 82 and 94. bicyclist will have shuttles. shuttle buss from b.a.r.t stations will drop and pick up passengers here on freemont street. there will also be extra ferries, but the golden gate ferry caution is the parking lots fill early so they advise car pooling or getting a ride to the terminal. >> reporter: other suggestions m
KOFY
Oct 14, 2013 9:00pm PDT
line there noise agreement. beth sides still at the cal-trans building rate now where the talks being held. him a final offer. they should prepare for striking tomorrow morning. we tip to get you updated on the negotiations throughout this newscast and 7 nut 11 on on channel 7 and twitter. in the mean time we have been asking to you tell us how you feel about the bart impasse. using hash tag dear bart. david cruz tweets all union members should be able to rae view and vote on the best and final offer. this person writes dear bart. you are all just being too greedy. and here's one that says please make a deal soon. worried about whether i'll have a way to school. i'm worried about whether i'll have a weather to school even by mid turn. please come to compromise soon. i'm tired of how to get to as ask. we appreciate all those sentiments and also jonathan bloom out today to get your park comments on camera, right. >> down here pimp on who is right or wrong is like the neighbor negotiations themselves. but almost everyone agrees a bart station is not what they want. this is s
NBC
Oct 14, 2013 6:00pm PDT
and lake was crushed and killed. it was declared an accident. cal osha, occupational safety and health, will investigate how a second worker died at this construction site. the first was 63-year-old donald white, al elevator mechanic who was killed by a counterweight. santa clara university civil engineering professor says the workers' ages could be one factor. the pace of construction could be another. >> there are studies that show that with acceleration of the schedule and putting pressure on the schedule, laborers and personnel on the sites are more subject to accidents. >> reporter: but the project co-director says that's not the case. is there a deadline pressure that you think could have played into this? >> no, ma'am. >> reporter: jonathan harvey says cal osha deemed this work site safe and the 900-plus workers will return to the job tuesday. a day which will begin with an all-hands meeting to address safety and tragedy. >> certainly we will be assisting our workers, co-workers out in the field for whatever needs they have with this tragedy. >> reporter: the cal osha investigat
ABC
Oct 9, 2013 6:00am PDT
. last night about 200 union members and their supporters marched from oakland city hall to the cal trans building where negotiations are taking place. both sides ended talks last night around 10:00. the unions did not issue a 72 hour strike notice monday night. but that's more of a courtesy for b.a.r.t. riders than a requirement. workers could still strike friday as b.a.r.t. riders prepare for the worst. does it make you nervous thinking there could be a strike? >> oh, yeah. most definitely. i wouldn't be able to get to work. >> reporter: what would you do? >> probably take the bus. or see if i can get a ride from a friend. i really don't know. >> reporter: the question is, can management and the unions reach an agreement before thursday's midnight deadline when the 60 day cooling off period comes to an end. technically the two sides can negotiate beyond the deadline, but union leaders say it's unlikely. the b.a.r.t. board of directors is is scheduled to hold a special closed session meeting tonight to discuss labor negotiations. the unions and b.a.r.t. management are set to hit the nego
ABC
Oct 12, 2013 8:00am PDT
with the latest. cornell? >> both sides return to the bargaining table here at the cal trans building in downtown oakland at 9:30 this morning. so far no deal, but for the first time in a long 250eu78 there is hope that a deal can be reached. both sides agree on that. talks broke off around 9:30. new to the mix is grace who is sitting in on negotiations and talking with unions. despite her presence, no deals were made. both sides say the fact that she is there and listening is a good sign. >> i think it is good for the unions because they get to address her and they get to explain their feelings and their concerns and explain their proposals. >> the fact that they recognize she needs to be here is good. the board has a part in this. >> bart trains are still rolling, but the clock is ticking. unions have given notice that if a deal is not reached by tomorrow night they will strike on monday morning. some unions say that is something they do not want, but they will do if they have to. we will see what today's talks will bring. live in downtown oakland, cornell bernard, abc7 news. >> thanks, cornell
CSPAN
Oct 15, 2013 1:00am EDT
met the prosecutor in the case. his name was cal. he was the person responsible for sending aaron mckenney and russell henderson away for life. they both received two life sentences with no chance of a role. after about eight months i finished the draft and i asked the prosecutor to read it and do some fact-checking for me and to be sure that i hadn't misstated something and i use a lot of court documents. i came upon a letter and the courthouse in a file during what i thought would be my last research trip and in this letter it was an anonymous letter written to the prosecutor. he said the defense aaron mckenney used in this trial but gay panic defense claiming that matthew had touched him and he sort of flipped out. it says that this was bogus and aaron mckinney was bisexual and that he was very familiar with gay men. had been to gay bars and this was really bogus. of course i looked at this anonymous letter and thought this is incredible as a journalist but on the other hand it named a man named doc o'connor who was a limousine driver in laramie who was a friend of both aaron mcki
CSPAN
Oct 14, 2013 10:30pm EDT
cal call her is the award-winning editorial cartoonist for the economist magazine of london and the baltimore sun in a career that spans more than 35 years, cal has created more than 8,000 cartoons and 140 magazine covers. his resume includes six collections of published work and one man exhibitions in six countries. mike lukovich is the pulitzer prize-winning editorial cartoonist for the atlanta journal constitution. he began his career in 1984 in the new orleans "times-picayune" and joined the constitution in 1989. mike's work appears in "time" and "the new york times". and rick mcgee has been the editorial cartoonist for the augusta chronicle since 1998 although he did start in atlanta journal constitution in a capacity years before. his cartoons are syndicated to 400 newspapers across america. he's won numerous awards for his cartoons including first place of cartooning and the georgia press association's better newspaper contest. so what we're going to do is ask a bunch of questions. i'll start off with a couple. and then please formulate your own and we'll pick the bra
NBC
Oct 9, 2013 5:00pm PDT
as the chair of the federal reserve. the reaction from the cal campus. >>> find out what the government shutdown is doing to one school's dream of building sand castles on the beach. >>> and after a few showers in san jose for today, that cloud cover continues to increase throughout parts of the south bay. you can see it on our sky camera network tonight. i'm jeff ranieri. we'll track what that means in the full seven-day forecast, coming up. >>> hundreds of bay area school children woke up to disappointing news. their big sand castle making contest is a victim of the federal shutdown. 500 kids were expected to take part in the 30th annual sand castle contest on ocean beach in san francisco this saturday. well, instead, organizers said the event is canceled because ocean beach is on national park land. the event raises money for the organization leap that brings art to school. >> some of my classmates were crying about it because they really wanted to do it, but then they couldn't do it. and i was about to cry, but i just wanted to hold it in. >> the national park service did not return
ABC
Oct 7, 2013 6:00pm PDT
. seismologist says it's a wonderful solution for now sh but not the long term. both usgs and cal operates separate networks but both needed to pin.of location of an earthquake. >> it's they're out longer, who knows whether the computer systems will continue to run f they're system for collecting data goes down then we're probably in big trouble because berkeley has many fewer spaces than usgs does. >> furloughs spreading to contractors. lockheed martin said ill it will send home 3,000 employees. lockheed martin separates under tight security. it has smaller offices throughout the area. next to be impacted will be lawrence livermore lab with 6,000 contract explom eyes. a decision may come mid week about furloughs. their jobs safe until friday. however, unlike federal employees lab contract workers will not get retroactive pay when shut down ends. david louie abc 7 news. >> and in washington democrats believe the shut down would be soon offer. they want to see a vote in the house for a budget bill to delay or dismantle obama care. the president believes there are many more if republicans an
ABC
Oct 8, 2013 4:00pm PDT
their rates rise. any new rate would affect energy for three major utilitis. pg&e, so cal edison. >> it's going to re-examine rates for 75% of the energy comes from. >> legislation aimed at encouraging people to use alta tiff sources such as solar energy increasing a number of people who can get credit for excess energy they generate from solar panels. >> a forecast indicates we'll be paying more to heat homes this winter. a lot more. 13% higher than last year, homes heated using electricity will only pay 2% more. adding to worries federal funding to assist low income families to pay bills has been reduced $2 billion. 16,000 people have turned in completed april politics for subsidized health insurance through covered california. astatistics show yorj 27,000 have been partially completed. many reported difficulty getting into the program web site we told you about that. the web site covered ca.com. a lot able to get on and nearly a million logged on in just the first week. another 60,000 called the hot line. now coming up, can chips are healthy and tasty? putting pop chips to the test.
ABC
Oct 11, 2013 11:00pm PDT
tomorrow, fifth ranked stanford visiting utah. cal in pasadena to face ucla at the rose bowl. cal is struggling with a ton of injuries and getting shredded on defense. forced to play a lot of underclassmen. head coach knows there will be sunny days ahead, but maybe not tomorrow. >> the funny thing about the team is in a lot of ways this team has to get better. it has made noticible improvements. it necessarily hasn't carried over until saturday. that's usually the last step. we are ready for it to carry over and we need for it to carry over. these guys have come a long way. >> soccer world cup qualify yes, sirs and the u.s. has qualified. this is more about tuning up the roster. the 77th minute and shoots and scores. a different story against mexico. panama keeping their world cup hopes alive. jimenez with the bicycle kick. goooal indeed. 2-1 mexico. nice. abc7 sports brought to you by riverwalk casino. >> i don't know how they do that. >> the bicycle kick is amazing. >> thanks, larry. >>> the latest on the effort to avoid a bart to those who've been denied ewelcome to covered cal
ABC
Oct 12, 2013 1:05am PDT
stanford visiting utah. cal in pasadena to face ucla at the rose bowl. cal is struggling with a ton of injuries and getting shredded on defense. forced to play a lot of underclassmen. head coach knows there will be sunny days ahead, but maybe not tomorrow. >> the funny thing about the team is in a lot of ways this team has to get better. it has made noticible improvements. it necessarily hasn't carried over until saturday. that's usually the last step. we are ready for it to carry over and we need for it to carry over. these guys have come a long way. >> soccer world cup qualify yes, sirs and the u.s. has qualified. this is more about tuning up the roster. the 77th minute and shoots and scores. a different story against mexico. panama keeping their world cup hopes alive. jimenez with the bicycle kick. goooal indeed. 2-1 mexico. nice. abc7 sports brought to you by riverwalk casino. >> i don't know how they do that. >> the bicycle kick is amazing. >> thanks, larry. >>> the latest on the effort to avoid a bart wake up weather. patchy fog and low clouds and cold morning ahead. bundle up
CBS
Oct 15, 2013 4:00am PDT
are still going on inside the cal tran building behind me. just after 1:00 a federal mediator delivered good news. first that progress was being made at the bargaining table and second bart trains will be running today. >> under our agency the parties have been actively engaged in bargaining. the bargaining has produced some constructive and productive progress. i am authorized by the parties to say they are prepared to continue negotiations through the night. >> reporter: last night all signs were pointing to what could have been another bart strike today. bart management gave no indication they were willing to budge on a so-called last, best and final proposal presented to the unions over the weekend. the unions claimed it would take some sort of hail mary to avert any type of strike. judging by that announcement made just hours ago that hail mary actually did happen. now the two sides hopefully are gaining ground as you mentioned they are in their 15th hour of these negotiation talks. >> do we know anything more about the proposals on the table? >> reporter: as far as i know i know the un
KRON
Oct 9, 2013 6:00am PDT
process. >> coming up on the kron4 morning news. a cal professor maybe next in line to take the helm of the federal reserve. cut! i have no idea whats's going on. maybe you're the original really big chicken com, with curly fries and a drink for just $3.99. why the cowboyat? you're the barbecue chicken combo with two chicken patties, bacon, cheese, and barbecue sauc you also come with curly fries and a drink for $39. bubbles! i have no idea what's going on. >> welcome back. president obama is expected to announce today the nomination of janet y ellen as the next chair of the federal reserve. if confirmed, she will succeed ben bernanke, and become the first woman to head the central bank and is 100 year history. she currently serves as a federal vice chair. she is also a professor at uc-berkeley school of business. bernanke will serve his term that will end january january 2000, 1930 first. >> watching wall street this morn31st. >> watching wall street this morning, future trading shows all three indexes in the positive. the political turmoil in the capital is not doing a lot for inve
FOX
Oct 15, 2013 4:30am PDT
truckdriver. the cal osha investigation could take several months. the state agency has said the work site is safe to reopen. >>> now the medical examiner says the truckdriver killed in the construction accident in santa clara was 60-year-old edward irving lake junior. he died at the hospital. lake worked for gurdal a stadium subcontractor. neighbors say he lived with a girlfriend and several dogs at his home in vacaville. >> he was always there when you needed him, would help you out in any way possible. >> long time friends say that the neighborhood will miss lake very much. >>> the 49ers are also saddened by the death. the organization released a statement yesterday. it says in part, our sincerest thoughts and prayers are with the family, friends and co- workers affected by this tragedy. >>> now there was another death at the stadium construction site prior to lake's death. that happened in early june. another construction worker, 63- year-old donald white was hit by an elevator counter weight in an elevator shaft. just four days ago cal osha decided not to issue a citation in connectio
NBC
Oct 13, 2013 7:00am PDT
at cal is watching this or at stanford and you have got an opening, i can be lured back to the bay area. i love it here. >> it is also worth noting he is married to jessica jackly, the co-founder of keva, the international microrow lending scythe. you can see this story along with our other high profile interviews at nbcbayarea.com. >>> coming up on "today in the bay," we'll hear from frustrated b.a.r.t. riders just hours away from another possible strak. >>> and two years after falling victim to gun violence, former congresswoman gabby giffords is going to a gun show. >>> also, a brave battle lost. a bay area bride who inspired many people around the world loses her fight with cancer. what happened during her last months that touched the hearts of so many people. >>> from nbc bay area, this is "today in the bay." >>> good sunday morning to you. looking live at a very nice start to the day from our camera high atop the san bruno mountains looking long and hard at the city by the bay. thanks for joining us. i'm kris sanchez along with meteorologist rob mayeda. a bit of a chilly start to
ABC
Oct 9, 2013 5:00am PDT
at oakland city hall to the cal trans building where negotiations are taking place. both sides ended talks last night around 10:00. question is, can they reach an agreement before thursday's midnight deadline when the 60 day cooling off period comes to an end? technically, the two sides can negotiate beyond the deadline, but union leaders say it's unlikely. >> i mean, if you don't have any deadlines, you're not going to get to any deal. i think everybody's looking at this deadline very seriously of thursday night to try to get to an agreement. >> reporter: the union did not issue a 72 hour strike notice monday night. that's more of a courtesy for b.a.r.t. riders than a requirement. workers could still strike friday. the unions and b.a.r.t. management are scheduled to talk again this morning starting at 9:30. matt keller, abc 7 news. >> if there's a strike, be sure to check out abc7news.com. we pulled together lots of info to help you get around including how transit agencies are planning on handling extra passengers. you also find realtime traffic maps and our exclusive ways traffic app. f
ABC
Oct 12, 2013 5:00am PDT
will be conducted to determine whether a sis store cal tree in sonoma county will be chopped down. they plan to chop down the 400-year-old tree outside the cottage of jack london will be put on hold. they say the tree is infected with fungi and it dying. they will determine if the trees roots are rotting away and if it can stand safely. they plan to cut it down next month because they are concerned a branch could fall and damage the cottage or injure someone. >>> and mark zuckerberg becomes a local real estate mogul. why he is buying up the homes in a local neighborhood. here's a look from emeryville. you see a shot of the bay here. cool temperatures this morning. lisa argen you raise her spirits. we tackled your shoulder pain. you make him rookie of the year. we took care of your cold symptoms. you take him on an adventure. tylenol® has been the number 1 doctor recommended brand of pain reliever for over 20 years. but for everything we do, we know you do so much more. tylenol®. >> good morning a live look from our golden gate bridge camera. you see pretty clear conditions out there. cool temperat
ABC
Oct 12, 2013 6:00am PDT
. in sports this afternoon, fifth-ranked stanford is at utah trying to remain undefeated. and cal visits the rose bowl against number 11 ucla. >> dodgers and cardinals play game two of the nlcs after battling for 13 innings last night in st. louis. abc7 news sports director larry beil has the highlights in this morning's sports. >> good morning, everybody. baseball season is over in the bay area, but former giants and a's played prominent roles in game one of the national championship series. dodgers and cardinals in st. louis. especially mr. carlos beltran. st. louis, the home of synchronized bullpen stretching. third inning. bases loaded. two outs. up the middle, two runs score. 2-0, l.a. the lead didn't last long. bottom of three, former giant beltran crushes it to right center. that's off zack greinke. and joe kelly scored and we are tied at two. cardinals hoping to end it. bottom of nine. brian wilson on the strikes out. former athletic matt holiday. on to extras and plenty of them. top of ten. one out, runners at the corners. michael young, flies to beltran in right. former athleti
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